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Cedars of Lebanon


This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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1319 NE 43rd St (Northeast Seattle)
Seattle, WA 98105
This quaint restaurant, along with two other small Middle Eastern businesses on its U-District street, form Seattle’s Little Lebanon. And it is very little. And it also close to the construction site of a new Link station that, when the station opens in 2021, will radically change the neighborhood. The food at Cedars is respectable, and includes one of the best gyros in the city, which can be eaten inside or ordered from a window that opens on the sidewalk. I have always loved watching the cooks prepare the food from this window. They make your order as if it were really yours. The other gyro was for that other guy or gal. This one is just for you. CHARLES MUDEDE

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